Republika Srpska Prime Minister Dodik Met With U.S. Ambassador Moon

Oct 12, 2010, 15:15 ET from Mr. Gordan Milosevic, Government of the Republika Srpska

BANJA LUKA, Bosnia, Oct. 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Prime Minister of Republika Sprska Milorad Dodik spoke today in his cabinet with the newly-appointed U.S. Ambassador to BiH, Patrick Moon, who made his first visit to Republika Srpska in the capacity of the Ambassador of the United States.

Having thanked the Ambassador for his congratulations on successful election result, Prime Minister Dodik and Ambassador Moon went on to discuss the current political situation in BiH, with a view on the recently finished election process and the prospects of forming the government at all levels of power in BiH.

Ambassador Moon told Prime Minister Dodik that the U.S. will keep supporting BiH on its Euro-Atlantic path, and will also support the dialogue of parties in BiH without imposing ready-made solutions, and that it will continue its cooperation with Republika Srpska and the Government of Republika Srpska.

Prime Minister Dodik emphasized that Republika Srpska fully supports the authentic Dayton Agreement, that it intercedes for realistic politics and dialogue within BiH, and for a neutral position in the International community.

Prime Minister Dodik and Ambassador Moon also discussed other political and economic issues.

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SOURCE Mr. Gordan Milosevic, Government of the Republika Srpska